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Packing For Your Next Business Trip: The Gear You Need

The minimalist running shoe movement is good for travelers. But so are the materials from which exercise clothes are now manufactured. Here's a pro tip: ditch anything made of cotton. Not only is it uncomfortable while working out, it also doesn't allow you to easily wash and dry between exercise. I take my workout clothes into the shower with me, letting the soap and shampoo wash over the clothes. After rinsing I hang them up. Modern exercise clothes dry quickly, letting me use the same clothes for several days without becoming that guy or gal that stinks up the gym.

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The Most Creative People In Marketing, 2014

NeochaEdge is a balloons-in-your-hair, let's-animate-some-jeans kind of creative agency--and brands are lining up out the door. Based in Shanghai, it's striving to be the "first internationally recognized Chinese creative agency." Its reason? In the true spirit of NeochaEdge creativity: "Because there just isn't one yet." Not for long.

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Las Vegas Builds a Startup Hardware Factory for Hardware Startups

“Literally all of us have this problem,” said Jen McCabe, who has invested in 21 hardware startups for the VegasTechFund and previously helped the Kickstarter-funded Romo smartphone robot come to life. “It’s not just companies coming off of crowdfunding, but also large companies doing prospective prototyping. There’s a need to make something quickly and cost-effectively with multiple iterations.”

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Borderlands 2 on Vita: Mostly Handsome, Jack

It is complete. With today's launch of cross-save support for Borderlands 2 on Vita, the game is fully fleshed-out and filled with finger-flicking delight. That isn't a euphemism – since it's on Vita, there's plenty of touchscreen and rear touchpad action in this latest version of Borderlands 2 . Some of it works, and some of it feels designed in the bowels of frustration hell. Borderlands 2 wasn't conceived as a Vita game, and at times that fact is obvious – when it runs into framerate issues or the graphics pop in (usually leaving my character's irises and pupils for last on the home screen), it feels like a big game ported onto a tiny device. These issues are mostly ignorable, but they contribute to a few annoying gameplay problems. Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PS Vita Bundle Traditional aiming is tough in Vita's Borderlands 2 . It's not so much the size of the screen or mobility of the analog sticks at fault, but rather a slight delay at some points – an extra half-second between pressing the right bumper your gun actually firing. This doesn't happen every time, but it's a regular phenomenon, especially in busy fights.

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Shooting Starts on 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' With New Title

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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Bentley shoots promo video for $300K Mulsanne using iPhones that cost a fraction

Bentley isn’t exactly the type of company that would skimp on things, and could have easily used high-end DSLRs or cinema-quality equipment to film the campaign – which have been used to shoot previous Bentley videos. But according to AppleInsider , the decision to use an iPhone (three, in fact, plus an iPad Air ) actually came from brainstorming meetings on how the company could showcase the Mulsanne’s technology package – which includes a Wi-Fi hotspot , high-end audio, and holders designed for the iPad – so it seemed fitting to use the gear Bentley imagined its customers would be using. The 4.5-minute video features the Mulsanne’s designers talking about the car, with beauty shots of the $300,000 vehicle, naturally.

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Honda is making a luxury jet with really weird engines

What makes the HondaJet really unusual, though (besides the fact that it's being made by the same company that makes the Civic) is a unique engine mount that gives the plane its trademark appearance. Where most jets of this size have engines mounted on either side of the rear of the fuselage, the HondaJet's HF120 turbofans rest on pedestals that rise from the wings. The advantage, Honda notes, is that the configuration frees up significant additional space inside the cabin. As a bonus, it also just looks downright sci-fi.

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7 Insane Things Walt Disney Proposed For The First Disneyland

The rocket ride was done in the first park, it took you to the moon, around it, and back. It was a very well done theater in the round actually, and had screens above and below the audience. When Apollo became commonplace to U.S. audiences, and attendance on it dropped, Disney replaced the ride. A miniature Bank and Newspaper; its called Education. He also did the Jungle ride, still running today. He used animatronics for all the animals once he realized the cost and problems associated with using real ones. Disney took amusement parks from carnival side show to family destination and set the bar for all future parks. He basically invented park branding by partnering with commercial entities to sponsor rides. A great example was Monsanto's house of the future. It had Flat Screen TVs and a microwave bases kitchen. Bell Telephone had picture phones. All in the late 1950's. I'm not sure what the intention of this article was, seems a bit mean spirited to me.

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Highland Capital Partners Europe Closes €250M Tech Growth Fund | TechCrunch

Highland Capital Partners Europe is perhaps best known for investments including Matchesfashion.com (London), GetYourGuide (Berlin), NewVoiceMedia (London), TalentSoft (Paris), Outfittery (Berlin), Wooga (Berlin) and AMCS (Limerick). It’s now announced it’s closed a sizeable Europe Tech Growth fund of €250 million, with nine investments since first close. This is a significant move in the European venture and growth equity investment market, given that tech companies often find it hard to secure the very large rounds of funding typical in Silicon Valley. This is on trend for some – last year Atomico raised $476 million for growth stage companies outside Silicon Valley.

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Minecraft Realms available worldwide

Will Fulton is a New York-based writer and theater-maker. In 2011 he co-founded mythic theater company AntiMatter Collective (antimattercollective.org) for whom he is a writer, director, producer, and sound designer, and he has worked in various capacities with companies such as Target Margin, 500 Clown, and Court Theatre. Previously he has written criticism for nytheatre.com. He studied classics, theater, and media at the University of Chicago.

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Amazon Prime users will soon be able to watch The Wire, other HBO hits

The exclusion makes sense when viewed from HBO's perspective, since this kind of streaming deal is an easy way for HBO to monetize older dormant properties without having to shoulder the burden of content delivery (Amazon is doing the streaming, not HBO). It also increases mindshare and has the potential to drive users to become HBO subscribers—a casual streaming customer might catch Band of Brothers or From the Earth to the Moon and wonder if something even better awaits behind HBO's paywall.

12 Turkey says Twitter to be sensitive on court orders, to set up live support: official

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Twitter will be more sensitive in responding to Turkish court orders calling for content to be removed from the site, and will open a live customer support service in Turkish to address complaints, a senior government official said on Wednesday.

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Third Time Lucky For Microsoft As Surface Pro 3 Launches With An Eye On Enterprise Laptops

I'm known for my strong views on mobile technology, online media, and the effect this has on and communication will have on the public conscious and existing businesses. I've been following this space for over ten years, working with a number of publishers, publications and media companies, some for long periods of time, others for commissions, one-off pieces or a series of articles or shows. As Scotland’s first podcaster, I continue to be a prominent voice in the rise of podcasting and new media online, and picked up a British Academy (BAFTA) nomination for my annual coverage of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, alongside contributions to Radio 5 Live, the BBC World Service, presenting Edinburgh local radio's coverage of the General Election. You'll find me on Twitter ( @Ewan ), Facebook , and Google Plus .

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Spotify Hits 10 Million Paid Users. Now Can It Make Money?

But the abundant reports (still unconfirmed) that Beats is close to signing a $3.2 billion deal to sell itself to Apple (AAPL) have cast doubt on the inevitability of Spotify’s rise. A union with Apple could go a long way toward boosting the subscriber base of Beats Music and potentially transform the market for streaming services. (Beats didn’t respond to a request for comment, but estimates of its user base range from 110,000 to 200,000.) All of this puts more pressure on Spotify, which has been great at getting people to pay for subscriptions—and not at all successful at turning a profit.

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Surface Pro 3 vs. 11-inch MacBook Air: Specs, price, and features compared

Microsoft designed the Surface Pro 3 with weight and thinness in mind, and it shows. Though the 11-inch MacBook air is a bit bulkier and features an inferior display resolution, when it comes to core specs like CPU, RAM and storage, it matches the Surface Pro 3. When you factor in the $300 you’d save by going with the Air, it’s difficult to make a strong case for the Surface Pro 3.

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Xapo CEO Casares Says Developing World Will Buoy Bitcoin - Digits - WSJ

Casares spoke at a time of increased skepticism about bitcoin, following the failure of major bitcoin exchanges like Mt. Gox and amid extreme volatility in the value of bitcoins. But Casares remains bullish on the virtual currency, arguing that there’s a better than 50% chance that within 20 years bitcoin will become the new gold standard, that central banks will use it for reserves, and that one bitcoin will be worth over $1 million.

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Netflix queues up launches in Germany, France - CNET

Outside data suggest Netflix's push into big European countries like Germany and France will raise its usage significantly. Right now Netflix accounts for only about 3.2 percent of European peak downstream traffic, but it is the second largest source of peak traffic in the UK and Ireland, where it has operated since 2012, according to an analysis last week from Sandvine, which runs fixed and mobile data networks worldwide and reports on what is taking place on them. In those countries, it's a close second to Google's YouTube.

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J.J. Abrams wants to give you a part in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'

Everyone who pledges $10 becomes a "founder member" of the Force for Change campaign. All of these members are to be entered into a pool, from which the grand prize winner will be selected, but fans with deeper pockets can earn a higher chance of selection by buying more entries. As with platforms such as Kickstarter, the campaign's structure means higher-spending contributors will receive more valuable rewards for their generosity — give up $50,000, and not only will you vastly increase your chances of selection from the digital hat, but you'll get to see the movie before anyone else as Lucasfilm organizes a private screening for you the day before its  release in December 2015 . More reasonably priced rewards include T-shirts, Millennium Falcon posters, and lightsaber hilts.

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Beyond Analytics: Understanding Humans While Scaling Your Business

Understanding humans this way is insightful, memorable and easily shared with your whole team if you’ve recorded the interaction. There’s great tech to help you in this; everything from recording real-life user interviews or remote testing for mobile or websites. You can run online surveys and listen via many different channels.

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The Importance of Visual Content

A picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to capturing your audience’s attention, you want to take full advantage of every chance to communicate your message. Short attention spans  have made lengthy explanations less effective – so how do you keep interest?

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FBI chief says anti-marijuana policy hinders the hiring of cyber experts

I don't think he's saying people should be able to smoke while on the job, but rather that smoking in their free time shouldn't be a hindrance to employment. Someone who smokes marijuana can be just as qualified as someone that doesn't, and limiting the applicant pool based on that fact alone is questionable. Should we also throw out applications from people that drink alcohol? As long as it doesn't keep them from doing their job effectively, then I'd say no.

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Inspiring Goat in a Wheelchair Is All You Need Right Now

Australian farm sanctuary Edgar's Mission took in the snow white goat that suffered a debilitating illness called joint naval ill. The nonprofit organization nursed the little guy back to health, but he still had no use of his hind legs.

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Why a TV star gave up acting and wrote a book about Earthbound

From 2008 to 2013, Ken Baumann played the role of Ben Boykewich on ABC Family's drama series, The Secret Life of the American Teenager . The Texas native also guest-starred on shows like Castle and Eli Stone , and appeared in several feature and TV films. At 24 years of age, Baumann recounts his upbringing and familial relationships – along with tidbits about acting, struggles with illness, and more – in his new book, Earthbound . Yes, that Earthbound – Nintendo's Earthbound (known in its native Japan as Mother 2 ), released for Super Nintendo in 1995. Baumann's book Earthbound is the first entry in the Boss Fight Books series , which profiles games of personal significance to each author, with Galaga , Jagged Alliance 2 , and others on the way. Baumann's Earthbound is as much an exploration of the creation, content, and legacy of the role-playing classic as it is a self-reflective deep dive into the author's own psyche and past – so much so that it's difficult at times to tell where one half of the narrative ends and the other picks back up.

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Hands-on: Using Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 as a laptop—on my lap

For what it's worth, the trackpad in the Type Cover actually seems reasonably good. Usually when I review a Windows laptop, the first thing I do is update the trackpad driver and tweak the sensitivity settings until they feel reasonable, but I didn't have any problems with palm rejection or accuracy while I was typing this article. My only complaint is that it's a little small—on older laptops with smaller trackpads, I've seen some users have trouble because it's too easy to accidentally invoke the Windows 8 trackpad gestures, but that's not an issue I ran into. If one of your key complaints about previous Surfaces was that they were insufficient laptop replacements, the Surface Pro 3 hits much nearer the mark.

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For the Times’ innovation report to stick, its journalists need to be on board

It is somewhat ironic that one of the authors of The New York Times ’ internal memo on innovation is A.G. Sulzberger, the next heir in line to the publisher’s seat. To be urging faster, quicker, more radical change from a position conferred by primogeniture could be interpreted as starting from the wrong place, an impression which is compounded by the cover illustration of Renzo Piano’s beautiful but vastly oversized NYT headquarters soaring over midtown Manhattan.

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How the worst moments in our lives make us who we are

Writer Andrew Solomon has spent his career telling stories of the hardships of others. Now he turns inward, bringing us into a childhood of adversity, while also spinning tales of the courageous people he's met in the years since. In a moving, heartfelt and at times downright funny talk, Solomon gives a powerful call to action to forge meaning from our biggest struggles.

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eBay's Massive Data Breach: What It Means For You

“Big companies have incredibly complex environments, with hundreds of thousands of users and systems they need to monitor, which means there are a lot of potential entry points for attackers to target," Ford said. "And in the case of big companies, they often are targets for attackers because they have a lot of customers and a lot of valuable data. So attackers that are well-resourced will invest real time in casing a large company to find a way in, which frequently involves manipulating the company’s employees or trusted network in some way.”

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Notifyr Receives iOS Notifications on Your Mac

Notifyr works over Bluetooth Low Energy and grabs any notifications from any app you get on your iOS device and displays them on your Mac. You can't actually reply to any of these on your Mac, but you'll at least know they're there. Since it uses Bluetooth LE, you'll need a compatible device, which the iPhone 4s and newer phones, and a newer Mac. You can snag the iOS app for a few bucks, but you'll also need the Mac app for it to work.

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T-Mobile shows Samsung love, adds Galaxy Note 10.1 - CNET

Starting May 30, you'll be able to buy the latest edition of Samsung's stylus-wielding tablet from the Seattle-based carrier.

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Netflix Confirms Plans To Expand Into Six European Countries By Year-End | TechCrunch

Netflix announced yesterday its plans to expand its operations in Europe, launching in six new countries by the end of the year. While it was widely expected to bring its streaming video service to France and Germany soon, it will also be expanding to Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and Luxembourg later in 2014.

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Obama's 'Troops' in Chad Are Actually Just Drone Workers

However, the personnel, whose deployment Obama announced in a "War Powers Notification" letter that he sent to Speaker of the House John Boehner and the president pro tempore of the Senate Patrick Leahy, are not "boots on the ground." Their main priority is to work on drones — not walk through a forest to search for the missing girls.

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micahflee/onionshare

OnionShare lets you securely and anonymously share a file of any size with someone. It works by starting a web server, making it accessible as a Tor hidden service, and generating an unguessable URL access and download the file. It doesn't require setting up a server on the internet somewhere or using a third party filesharing service. You host the file on your own computer and use a Tor hidden service to make it temporarily accessible over the internet. The other user just needs to use Tor Browser to download the file from you.

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LinkedIn Will Now Rank Your Profile Based On Popularity

Who's Viewed Your Profile , one of the social network's most popular features, now includes a tool called How You Rank, which will show the most-viewed profiles among one's company and greater network. By displaying the top profiles, the Mountain View-based company hopes to boost engagement and encourage users to polish their own profiles to increase their visibility on the network.

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Twitter Reportedly No Longer in Talks to Buy SoundCloud

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Latest stats show Comcast/TWC merger will cap 79% of broadband subscribers

It’s getting hard out there for broadband consumers. If Comcast buys Time Warner Cable, four out of five U.S. broadband subscribers will have a data cap.

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Netflix to expand across Europe

In France, it faces the prospect of competing against a rival that owns the rights to a series branded a "Netflix exclusive" in other territories: Vivendi's CanalPlay owns the domestic rights to the second season of the drama House of Cards in the country.

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CRM and Cloud Computing To Grow Your Business - Salesforce.com

Customer relationship management (CRM) is all about managing the relationships you have with your customers. CRM combines business processes, people, and technology to achieve this single goal: getting and keeping customers. It's an overall strategy to help you learn more about their behavior so you can develop stronger, lasting relationships that will benefit both of you. It’s very hard to run a successful business without a strong focus on CRM, as well as adding elements of social media and making the transition to a social enterprise to connect with customers in new ways.

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40 Secrets, lies and Snowden's email: why I was forced to shut down Lavabit

In the first two weeks, I was served legal papers a total of seven times and was in contact with the FBI every other day. (This was the period a prosecutor would later characterize as my "period of silence".) It took a week for me to identify an attorney who could adequately represent me, given the complex technological and legal issues involved – and we were in contact for less than a day when agents served me with a summons ordering me to appear in a Virginia courtroom, over 1,000 miles from my home. Two days later, I was served the first subpoena for the encryption keys.

41 Statoil | Partner Webcast | MIT Technology Review

Jonathan Matthews is Vice President of Statoil Canada’s Heavy Oil Technology Centre (HOTC) and is located in Calgary. The primary focus of the HOTC is on delivering innovative technologies that will help make Statoil’s Kai Kos Dehseh Oil Sands Partnership (KOSP) profitable while supporting continuous environmental performance objectives. Prior to joining Statoil, Jonathan spent 20 years working in the Canadian Oil Sands with Shell Canada and Syncrude Canada in various technical and leadership roles. Jonathan graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Geological Engineering degree and a Master's of Science. He is a member of the Association for Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and has provided leadership to various initiatives in the Canadian oil sands.

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10 Epic Works of ASCII Art

As computers advance, so does the ability to create unique artwork. ASCII art is an outdated practice, but people are still blowing minds by incorporating typography and shading techniques.

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French embarrassment over rail error

The BBC's Christian Fraser in Paris says that it is an embarrassing blunder that has so far cost the rail operator over 50m euros ($68.4m; £40.6m).

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Static Electricity Defies Simple Explanation

The balloon trick involves rubbing two different insulating materials—your hair and the latex of the balloon—that hold on to electric charges with different strengths. So more positive electric charge builds up on one and more negative charge collects on the other. Like charges repel one another, which explains why your hair then stands on end. You might think that rubbing pieces of the same material wouldn't create static, as they hold charges with the same strength. But charging can happen if the pieces are of different sizes. In 1986, John Lowell and William Truscott of the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology in the United Kingdom explained how that might work.

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How the Internet of Things Will Change Business | MIT Technology Review

The Internet of things is especially important for companies that sell network equipment, like Cisco Systems. Cisco has been enthusiastically predicting that 50 billion “things” could be connected to communications networks within six years, up from around 10 billion mobile phones and PCs today. Another beneficiary is the $300 billion semiconductor industry. As Blaauw notes, “Every time there has been a new class of computing, the total revenue for that class was larger than the previous ones. If that trend holds, it means the Internet of things will be bigger yet again.”

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On the Future of MetaFilter

Google calling links found on MetaFilter “inorganic” is troubling. We have a staff of six full-time moderators in five timezones throughout the world (two are in Europe) to make sure zero spam ends up on the site. We have a variety of internal tools that help us track all spam down: views of all activity by new users that contain links and lists of comments added to old questions that had a link in them (two patterns we found comment spammers trying in the past). Moderators scan every new user of the site looking for telltale signs of a possible spammer and we have ways of marking potentially problematic accounts behind-the-scenes that give us additional view of their activity on the site later on. Those views are checked every few hours and when we occasionally find people posting comment spam, we remove it and ban the accounts immediately. We also have a robust flagging system used by members of the site so they can alert us instantly when spotted and we take the same actions on spammy additions. We have a total of over ten million comments across on all our sites combined and we spend so much time and energy tracking the few problem comments down that I would be hard-pressed to find even a single public comment that could be considered comment spam.

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Is A Stradivarius Just A Violin?

And certainly, the guy made really nice instruments. But how nice exactly. This is a question that comes up all the time with all kinds of products: coffee, clothes, dish washing detergent, jeans and shoes. How much of a brand is real? And how much is in our heads?

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Good Poker Players Aren't Lucky

The second study was “The Role of Skill Versus Luck in Poker: Evidence From the World Series of Poker” (2011) by Thomas Miles and Steven Levitt of the University of Chicago. During the 2010 World Series of Poker, 720 players identified beforehand as high-skilled earned an average return on investment of 30.5 percent, an average profit of more than $1,200 per player per event. The average return of all other players was minus 15.6 percent, a loss of more than $400 per event. Miles and Levitt noted that the divergent returns on investment were “highly statistically significant and far larger in magnitude than those observed in financial markets, where fees charged by money managers viewed as being the most talented can run as high as three percent of assets under management and thirty percent of annual returns.”

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The Most Entertaining Guide to Landing Page Optimization You'll Ever Read

<p>Another helpful tool for optimizing is <a href="http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/events/mouselistener.html" rel="nofollow">mouse listeners</a> - it's a java script that lets you find out what users mice are up to on your page - can be good if your really into analytical data. That has to be the most in depth post on landing page in some time and not so long ago I'm sure it would have been called "the ultimate guide to.."!</p> <p>Finally if in doubt you can always try a split test which can be great for in office betting of which LP will win!</p> <p>Thanks for taking the time to write it.</p>

51 Sexism plagues major chemistry conference: Boycott emerges amid growing outrage
52 Bulgaria’s abandoned monument to Communism looks like a decaying spaceship
53 How the heart actually pumps blood - Edmond Hui
54 Snowden’s First Move Against the NSA Was a Party in Hawaii | Threat Level | WIRED
55 The Inequality Puzzle
56 See this ingenious way to turn stairs into a playground - CNET
57 Drone Beat: Nigeria's Broken UAVs, Capturing a Sainthood Procession and More
58 Free App Lets the Next Snowden Send Big Files Securely and Anonymously | Threat Level | WIRED
59 How A 13-Year-Old Got Her Fashion Line In Nordstrom
60 External Storage, Real Names and More Coming with Xbox One System Update in June
61 Golf Star Rory McIlroy Calls Off Engagement, 'Wasn't Ready for Marriage'
62 For American World Cup Hopefuls, the Road to Brazil Starts at Stanford
63 Facebook Is Taking the ‘I’m a Voter’ Button Global
64 15 Confessions From the Waiters Serving Your Food
65 Google wants to serve ads on 'refrigerators, car dashboards, thermostats'
66 France Orders 2,000 New Trains That Are Too Wide for Stations
67 Lyft's Moment of Truth As Passenger Breaks Seattle Driver's Nose
68 #Unplug: How to Work Hard and Still Have a Life
69 SigFox Installing a Cellular Network for the Internet of Things in San Francisco and Silicon Valley | MIT Technology Review
70 Finally, an Explanation for Men Who Hog Subway Seats
71 Latest Lawsuit Accuses NFL of Illegally Pushing Pain Meds
72 https://publishizer.com/the-lean-brand/
73 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Releases 400,000 Images Online for Non-Commercial Use
74 Apple Renews Rights to Liquidmetal Technologies' Alloys for Consumer Products
75 Improve First Impressions With Optimized Landing Pages
76 50 Websites to Waste Your Time On
77 Keynes for Kids
78 Old console, new tricks: Getting the most out of your Xbox 360
79 10 Multi-Platform Password Managers for iOS, Android and Desktop
80 Conflict bubbles: inside SodaStream's occupied territory factory
81 Platform Economics Will Rule the Internet of Things | MIT Technology Review
82 The Easy Trick to Drastically Increase the Life of Your Razor Blades
83 Flying space droids learn new tricks from Google tech (pictures) - CNET
84 Japan Can't Get Enough Hamster Butts
85 U.S. Proposes Rules to Stop Airlines From Adding Last-Minute Fees to Your Flight
86 What to Tweet When You Don`t Know What to Tweet
87 Obama on Veterans Affairs Misconduct: 'I Will Not Tolerate It, Period'
88 'Adventure Time' creator is illustrating a strange game on Twitter
89 Why you should hate the AT&T-DirecTV merger
90 Ask Yourself What You Can Let Go Every Day
91 Emerging Payment Technologies Will Create New Winners And Losers In The Giant Credit Card Industry
92 The Cute, Quirky Gadgets You'd Expect From a MoMA-Kickstarter Collab
93 Australian Government Should Follow Singapore in Supporting Startups